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Old 02-15-2004, 12:29 PM   #1
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I have dsl on eth1 and my local network on eth0. I had a lot of activity on my home network and I used the tcpump to monitor eth0. Also I'm useing ip masq on my redhat 9 box for internet sharring.

I keep seeing this message and can't make heads or tales where it's comming from.

13:20:53.51.2527 > 289

Also there is an arp who has *. tell *

nobody here is running aol-not even instance messager .
should i disable that port-or whats going on?

thanks for any info

Old 02-15-2004, 03:03 PM   #2
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1900 is used for AIM. If you have another chat client, such as Trillian it might do a keep-alive to the AIM server even if it's not actually using AIM.


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